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4 Credits An introductory course in classical and modern Astronomy designed to raise the level of student awareness of celestial objects including their history, properties, interrelationships, and impact upon our understanding of the universe. The laboratory portion of the course consists of activities in elementary astronomy designed to reinforce and extend knowledge of selected topics covered in the lecture portion of the course.Student who have taken AST* 101 will not receive credit for this course. Class: 3 hours per week. Laboratory: 2 hours per week. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MAT* 095, or eligibility for MAT* 138 Offered: Fall, Spring Fulfills General Education - Knowledge ofPhysical & Natural Sciences